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5 Chinese Ceramic Bowls, Song-Ming Dynasty
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A group of 5 Chinese ceramic items dating to the Song-Ming dynasties. The lot includes: a small shallow celadon bowl, a white glazed bowl with round sides, a brown glazed shallow bowl, a white ge-glazed bowl, and a white glazed bowl.

Dimensions for the largest piece, the white glazed bowl, are: 3 1/2 inches tall X 8 1/2 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

Condition: The small celadon dish has a crack. The white glazed bowl has significant wear from use and age, and the surface is abraded and scratched. The brown glazed bowl is worn with age. The ge-glazed bowl is in good condition. The white glazed bowl's glaze has hairline cracks.

Provenance: From a collector's estate in McLean, Virginia.
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5 Chinese Ceramic Bowls, Song-Ming Dynasty

Estimate $50 - $100
Nov 19, 2017
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Starting Price $30
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0579: 5 Chinese Ceramic Bowls, Song-Ming Dynasty

Sold for $160
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Est. $50 - $100Starting Price $30
Fall Fine Estates, Fine Art, & Silver, Day 2
Nov 19, 2017 10:00 AM EST
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Lot 0579 Details

Description
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A group of 5 Chinese ceramic items dating to the Song-Ming dynasties. The lot includes: a small shallow celadon bowl, a white glazed bowl with round sides, a brown glazed shallow bowl, a white ge-glazed bowl, and a white glazed bowl.

Dimensions for the largest piece, the white glazed bowl, are: 3 1/2 inches tall X 8 1/2 inches wide. All measurements are approximate.

Condition: The small celadon dish has a crack. The white glazed bowl has significant wear from use and age, and the surface is abraded and scratched. The brown glazed bowl is worn with age. The ge-glazed bowl is in good condition. The white glazed bowl's glaze has hairline cracks.

Provenance: From a collector's estate in McLean, Virginia.

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